Electromagnetic Field Sensitivity

@inproceedings{Real1991ElectromagneticFS,
  title={Electromagnetic Field Sensitivity},
  author={William J. Real and Yagn Pan and E. J. Fenyves and Iehiko Sujisawa and H. Suyama and N. Samadi and G. H. Ross},
  year={1991}
}
A multiphase study was performed to find an effective method to evaluate electromagnetic field (EMF) sensitivity of patients. The first phase developed criteria for controlled testing using an environment low in chemical, particulate, and EMF pollution. Monitoring devices were used in an effort to ensure that extraneous EMF would not interfere with the tests. A second phase involved a single-blind challenge of 100 patients who complained of EMF sensitivity to a series of fields ranging from 0… Expand
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